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So Much Material, So Little Time: Conquering Course Content With Digital Delivery

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April 14, 2005

Moderator
Julie-Ann McFann
Office of Instructional Development

     
    Panel

 

Esther Grassian,
Information Literacy Outreach Coordinator, UCLA College Library


 

Steven A. Hardinger,
Lecturer, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry


A primary complaint amongst those who teach is the lack of time needed to cover the material. The quarter system adds to that challenge because the professor only has 10 weeks to convey information students need for subsequent courses. The Flip Model of teaching liberates valuable in-class time by placing selected course material in a digital format for students to access on their own time.

In this interactive forum, we will discover how UCLA faculty are utilizing digital delivery to resolve content delivery issues. Additionally, various digital delivery options will be explored along with the pros and cons of each method.

 


Webcasting of this event provided by UCLA Instructional Media Production, a unit of the UCLA Office of Instructional Development.